NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING SERIES • From the creator of the Big Nate series comes the third Max and the Midknights adventure!
"Fantastic! I loved it!" --Dav Pilkey, New York Times bestselling author of the Dog Man series
Everyone's favorite knight-in-training is back...to back! Max's twin is public enemy number one, and it's up to the Midknights to find her before time runs out! But dangers loom, including bloodthirsty trolls, murderous pirates, and even a ruthless king--or two.
Can Max and her band of loyal friends unlock the mystery of her past? Lincoln Peirce pens another epic quest in The Tower of Time, book three in the New York Times bestselling Max & the Midknights series.
About the Author
Lincoln Peirce is a New York Times bestselling author and cartoonist. His comic strip Big Nate appears in over 400 newspapers worldwide and online at gocomics.com/bignate. In 2010, Lincoln introduced the self-styled “king of detention” to a new generation of young readers as a series of illustrated novels. In the past ten years, over twenty million Big Nate books have been sold, and Nickelodeon has created an animated series based on the character.
Max and the Midknights and Battle of the Bodkins, Lincoln’s instant New York Times bestselling novels for Crown Books for Young Readers, originated as a spoof of sword and sorcery tales. The Tower of Time reunites Max and her friends for a rollicking time-travel saga.
Lincoln and his wife, Jessica, have two children and live in Portland, Maine.
Praise for the Max and the Midknights Series:
"A pleasing wrap-up." -Kirkus Reviews
"Max is epic fun!" -Jeff Kinney, New York Times bestselling author of the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series
"Consistently entertaining and enjoyable." -Kirkus Reviews
"The charming characters, smooth visual flow and snappy gags prove irresistible." -Booklist
"This is a quick-witted and fast-paced jaunt." -The Bulletin
"Fun, fun and more fun, Max and the Midknights will keep kids reading and chortling until the last page. And then they'll probably start over again.” –Shelf Awareness
"this mischievous medieval tale in characteristic cartoons by Big Nate creator Peirce will entertain young and adult readers with adventure and humor.” –Publishers Weekly